Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Nkon D800E vs Sony A7R, Olympus OM-D E-M10 first look video

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Wednesday 05 February 2014

It's been yet another busy week for camera announcements, kicking off with the Fujifilm X-T1. Sitting in between the X-E2 and the X-Pro1 in the X series, the camera promises to be fully weather-sealed and freeze-resistant up to -10°C and will be released later this month. Click here to read our first impressions.

Olympus has announced the OM-D E-M10, the third to be released in the OM-D series. We were lucky to get a hands-on look at this new addition - check out the video here. The E-M10 boasts 16MP and ultrafast autofocus in an extremely compact body.

We've also pitted two of the highest-resolution full frame cameras against each other, the 36.3MP Nikon D800E and Sony A7R. Which will succeed? The smaller, lightweight A7R or the heavyweight D800E DLSR?

Finally, some amazing imagery has been shortlisted for this year's Sony World Photography Awards and we have a few examples here to whet your photographic appetite before the winners are announced in April.

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What Digital Camera and Amateur Photographer got together on the 30th of January in London to announce and celebrate the winners of the Good Service and Product Awards 2014.

This was our opportunity to highlight the photographic work, equipment and services that excited and impressed us in 2013.

Check out the winners of the awards here

Check out the photos from the evening here


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